Johannes Windemute

M, b. 25 October 1747, d. 15 February 1824
     Johannes Windemute was also known as John Windemute. He was born on 25 October 1747 at Walpack, Sussex Co., NJ. He was the son of Georg Philip Windemuth and Maria Juliana Huber. Johannes Windemute married Mary Decker. Johannes Windemute married (?) Sipes circa 1775. Johannes Windemute married Nancy Leopold in 1797. Johannes Windemute died on 15 February 1824 at Humberstone, Welland Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 76.
Note:

Per Descendants of Johann Kloppinger genealogy prepared by April K. Strunk, online at familytreemaker.genealogy.com:

"It is stated in "The Wintermute Family History" that John married in New Jersey a Miss Decker or Windecker and that she died there. Both names were common in the northern part of Sussex County. It should be noted, however, that a family of Windecker's lived in the Wyoming Valley before the Revolution not far from where the Wintermute's lived. John's name appears on the tax lists for the Exeter District of that Valley for 1776 and 1777.
He served in Butler's Rangers, and at the reduction of that Corps he settled in Bertie. His household is listed in a return of the Loyalists in Captain Bernard Frey's Company of the Rangers at Niagara November 30, 1783. The list names Corporal John Wintmot aged 27 and Mary Wintmot 24 followed by three entries with the name Wintmot written, but for which no first names or ages are given. A land petition from him dated July 9, 1795 states that he served in Butler's Rangers as a corporal and that he has a family consisting of five children. No mention was made of a wife. A certificate on file with the petition, indicates a second marriage for John in Newark, March 20, 1797 and that he had a family before the year 1789 consisting of a wife and eight children and that his wife is the daughter of the Loyalist, Hannah Lybs.
The "Loyalist Hannah Lybs" can only mean Hannah Sypes, or Sipes, who did enter Niagara in 1778. This would mean that John had married a sister of the wife of his brother Peter, but additional evidence should be found to corroborate such a marriage. It is noted, however, that two of John's daughters were Hannah and Eve, names which were used in the Sipes family.
John subsequently married Nancy Leopard (leppard, etc) but whether this was before or after he moved to Humberstone is not known. Documents on file with Nancy's land petition indicate that she was married to John after May 9, 1797 and more likely after 1800. A power of attorney dated at Humberstone, October 22, 1832 states that Nancy Wintemute of Humberstone, widow of John Wintemute appointed Andrew Mercer of the town of York as attorney to receive for the title to the south part of Lot 23 Concession 4 of Scarboro' containing 100 acres".
Witnesses were John Wintemute (Jr) and Aaron Doan."

NOTE: The witness John Wintermute Jr. is unaccounted for in online genealogies. DLB 2014.

Child of Johannes Windemute and Mary Decker

Children of Johannes Windemute and (?) Sipes

John Windemute

M, b. 1804, d. circa 1884
     John Windemute was born in 1804 at Ontario, Canada. He was the son of Peter Windemute and Eva Sipes. John Windemute died circa 1884.

Leonard Windemute

M, b. 1740, d. 16 January 1814
     Leonard Windemute was born in 1740 at Deer Park, Sussex Co., NJ. He was the son of Georg Philip Windemuth and Maria Juliana Huber. Leonard Windemute married Phebe Comstock. Leonard Windemute died on 16 January 1814 at Unionville, Orange Co., NY. He was buried in January 1814 at Coe Smith Cemetery, Sussex Co., NJ.

Children of Leonard Windemute and Phebe Comstock

Lydia Windemute

F, b. 10 February 1773
     Lydia Windemute was born on 10 February 1773. She was the daughter of George Windemute and Catharina Cortwright.

Margaret Windemute

F, b. 24 August 1777, d. circa 1818
     Margaret Windemute was born on 24 August 1777. She was the daughter of George Windemute and Catharina Cortwright. Margaret Windemute married Matthew Wormuth, son of Johann Heinrich Wormuth and Anna Elisabeth Empie, on 9 March 1795. Margaret Windemute died circa 1818 at Niagara Falls, Erie Co., NY.

Children of Margaret Windemute and Matthew Wormuth

Margaret Windemute

F, b. 1776, d. circa 1856
     Margaret Windemute was born in 1776 at Wyoming Valley, Luzerne Co., PA. She was the daughter of Johannes Windemute and (?) Sipes. Margaret Windemute married Peter Stover circa 1796. Margaret Windemute married Peter Blinkenstaver circa 1816. Margaret Windemute died circa 1856.

Mary Windemute

F, b. 20 November 1767
     Mary Windemute was born on 20 November 1767. She was the daughter of George Windemute and Catharina Cortwright.

Mary Windemute

F, b. 1798, d. 23 July 1884
     Mary Windemute was born in 1798 at Ontario, Canada. She was the daughter of Peter Windemute and Eva Sipes. Mary Windemute married George David Nettles on 30 November 1837. Mary Windemute died on 23 July 1884 at Ontario, Canada.

Peter Windemute

M, b. 10 July 1751, d. 1 December 1838
     Peter Windemute was born on 10 July 1751 at Walpack, Sussex Co., NJ. He was the son of Georg Philip Windemuth and Maria Juliana Huber. Peter Windemute married Eva Sipes, daughter of Johann Joseph Sipes and Annatje Schauer, at Ontario, Canada. Peter Windemute left a will in 1837; Last Will and Testament of Peter Wintermute Senior of the township of Bertie in the County of Lincoln, in the Division of Niagara, and the province of Upper Canada. I Peter Wintermute considering the uncertainty of this mortal life, and being of sound and memory blessed be the Almighty God for the same do make and publish this my last will and testament, in manner and form following:
First: I give and bequeath to my eldest son, James lots number ten and eleven in the second concession from Lake Erie in Bertie aforesaid being two hundred acres more or less to him his heirs and assigns forever.
Second: To my son Philip I give and bequeath the south half of lot number nine in the third concession of Bertie aforesaid being fifty acres more or less to him, his heirs and assigns forever,
Third: To my nephew Peter Wintermute son, of my son James Wintermute, I give and bequeath the sum of two pounds Province currency which I devise to be paid to him imediately after my death, out of my goods and cattles by my executor.
Fourth: To my son Alexander, I give and bequeath a piece of land known and described as follows, (viz) commencing at the distance of six chains and three links from lot number one in front of the first cross concession on the Niagra river it
being part of the lot number two in the first cross concession, thru south thirty-five degrees west to allowance for a road in rear therein east to lands sold by me to William Powell, thence north eleven degrees east to within four chains six chain links and one sixth of a link of the ______ ________ northwesterly three chains sixteen links and one sixth of a link therein north , eleven degrees east to the place of that remains that I give to my son Alexander ten arces of land off of the lot number nine in the fourth concession of Bertie of aforesaid , off of the east end to him and his heirs and assigns forever,
Fifth: To my son William I give and bequeath the piece of land off of lot number nine in the fourth concession of Bertie aforesaid, west of and adjoining Alexanders land, to him his heirs and assigns forever.
Sixth: To my son John I give and bequeath the following described land (viz) commencing in front of the north west corner of lot number 1? thru or near the corner at the land belonging to Abraham Hershey_____thence southeasterly up to the river seven chains thence south thirty chains thence west seven chains to lot number four thence north to the place of begining, I also give to my son John ten acres of land off of lot number nine in the fourth concession of Bertie aforesaid, west of and adjoining William's land, to him his heirs and assigns forever.
Seventh: I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah wife of William Anthony ten acres of land off of lot number nine in the fourth concession of Bertie aforesaid, west of and adjoining Johns land, to her , her heirs and assigns forever.
Eighth: I give and bequeath to my daughter Hannah, widow of James Edsall, ten acres of land off of lot number nine in the fourth concesion of Bertie , aforesaid, west of and adjoining Sarah's land, to her, her heirs and assigns forever,
Ninth: To my daughter Mary single woman, I give and bequeath the folowing described land (viz) commencing at the distance of seven chains from the northwest corner of lot number three or from the land now given by me to John, Thence southeasterly up the river to the allowance for a road between lots number two and three, then commencing at the northwest corner of lot number two first cross concession, thence southeasterly up the _____seven chains, then south, thirty chains thence west sixchains to the allowance for a road between two and three then west to John's land then north to the place of begining _______ _______ _ ______ ______ _______to her, her heirs and assigns forever, I also give to my daughter Mary the East half of lot number ten in the fourth (missing but belived to say "concession of Bertie , aforesaid") also the one half of my stock of Cattle _____to be sold three months after decease and the proceeds of the sale of my lands and stock Cattle ___after all my lawful debts are paid, to be equally divided between my sons William, John, and Alexander, and my Daughters Hannah, Mary, and Sarah, their heirs Executors or Admininstrators, The land and other property which I will, to be sold, to be sold by my executor, whom I do hereby Authorise to make or cause to be made in simple good and lawful Deed or Deeds, for such lands as by him sold and that my executor divide between my children after all my just Debtsare paid,The proceeds remaining of the sale of land cattle ___ And I do hereby Constitute and appoint William Powell Esquire of the Township of Bertie, District and province aforesaid my sole executor of this my last Will and Testament : hereby revoking all former Wills by me made, In witness where of I have here unto set hand and seal, this Seventeenth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and Thirty Seven:

Signed Sealed Published and declared by the above named Peter Wintermute to be his last Will and Testament, in the Presence of us who have here unto subscribed our names as witness, in the presence of the Testator and in the Presence of each other

PETER WINTERMUTE
Edmund Riselay
John Riselay
William Powell.

He died on 1 December 1838 at Bertie, Welland Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 87.

Children of Peter Windemute and Eva Sipes

Peter Windemute

M, b. 1793, d. circa 1873
     Peter Windemute was born in 1793 at Niagara Falls, Niagara Co., Ontario, Canada. He was the son of Peter Windemute and Eva Sipes. Peter Windemute died circa 1873 at Ontario, Canada.

Philip Windemute

M, b. 1742, d. 1809
     Philip Windemute was born in 1742 at Deer Park, Sussex Co., NJ. He was the son of Georg Philip Windemuth and Maria Juliana Huber. Philip Windemute died in 1809 at Bertie, Welland Co., Ontario, Canada.
Note: Philip served in Butler's Rangers throughout the Revolution and subsequently settled in Bertie Twp. He was listed in a return of the Loyalists in Captain George Dame's Company at Niagara on November 30, 1783, his age being given as 41. His land petition dated at Niagara January 26, 1797 only states that he served six years in Butler's Rangers and that at the reduction of the Corps he settled near Ft. Erie.
It is apparent from Philip's will that he did not have any children or, at least none who survived him. He did not mention his wife in his will so it would appear that she pre-deceased him. His will, on file at St. Catherines, is dated June 17, 1809 and describes him as being of Bertie.
In his will he named: "my nephew Phillip Wintermute the eldest son of my brother Leonard Wintermute; my brother Abraham Wintermute; my nephew Abraham and niece Anna; son and daughter of my brother Abraham, to have Lot 9 in the Front Concession off Bertie, 60 acres, when the become of age; my nephew Phillip Wintermute son of my brother Peter Wintermute 260 acres, being Lot 12 Concession 1 of Dorchester; my nephew Phillip Wintermute son of my brother Benjamin Wintermute all my claim of interest to a certain tract lying near the Grand River and on the Indian lands which I purchased from the late Captain Joseph Brant; and my niece Polly Wintermute, daughter of my brother Benjamin
Wintermute".
He named as executors Christian Ryslay and John Warren Jr, both of Bertie. Witnesses were Benjamin Wintermute, William Powell and John Putman. The will was proved October 10, 1809 on the oath of John Putman of Bertie, gentleman.

Philip Windemute

M, b. 13 August 1789, d. 11 September 1849
     Philip Windemute was born on 13 August 1789 at Niagara Falls, Niagara Co., Ontario, Canada. He was the son of Peter Windemute and Eva Sipes. Philip Windemute died on 11 September 1849 at Ft. Erie, Niagara Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 60.

Sarah C. Windemute

F, b. 1800, d. 23 July 1884
     Sarah C. Windemute was born in 1800 at Ontario, Canada. She was the daughter of Peter Windemute and Eva Sipes. Sarah C. Windemute died on 23 July 1884 at Ontario, Canada.

Sarodine Windemute

F, d. circa 1900
     Sarodine Windemute was born at Ontario, Canada. She was the daughter of Abraham Windemute and Mary (?) Sarodine Windemute died circa 1900.

William Windemute

M, b. 1817, d. 8 August 1885
     William Windemute was born in 1817 at Ontario, Canada. He was the son of Abraham Windemute and Mary (?) William Windemute married Dorothy Fischer. William Windemute died on 8 August 1885.

Children of William Windemute and Dorothy Fischer

William Windemute

M, b. 29 October 1795, d. 24 October 1871
     William Windemute was born on 29 October 1795 at Ontario, Canada. He was the son of Peter Windemute and Eva Sipes. William Windemute married Anna Groff circa 1815. William Windemute died on 24 October 1871 at Welland Co., Ontario, Canada, at age 75.

Ann Elizabeth Windemuth

F, b. 9 January 1702, d. 1768
     Ann Elizabeth Windemuth was born on 9 January 1702 at Pfungstadt / Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany. She was the daughter of Johann Christoph Windemuth and Maria Margarethe Klöppinger. Ann Elizabeth Windemuth married Johannes Schnauber in 1722 at Pfungstadt / Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany. Ann Elizabeth Windemuth died in 1768 at Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ.

Children of Ann Elizabeth Windemuth and Johannes Schnauber

Anna Maria Windemuth

F, b. 16 September 1707, d. 20 May 1711
     Anna Maria Windemuth was born on 16 September 1707 at Pfungstadt / Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany. She was the daughter of Johann Christoph Windemuth and Maria Margarethe Klöppinger. Anna Maria Windemuth died on 20 May 1711 at Pfungstadt / Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany, at age 3.

Elizabeth Windemuth

F, b. 26 November 1756, d. 26 November 1756
     Elizabeth Windemuth died on 26 November 1756 at Walpack, Sussex Co., NJ. She was born on 26 November 1756 at Walpack, Sussex Co., NJ. She was the daughter of Georg Philip Windemuth and Maria Juliana Huber.

Georg Philip Windemuth

M, b. 21 May 1705, d. 1779
     Georg Philip Windemuth was born on 21 May 1705 at Pfungstadt / Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany. He was the son of Johann Christoph Windemuth and Maria Margarethe Klöppinger. Georg Philip Windemuth immigrated on 11 August 1732 to Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co. (now), PA; from Rotterdam, on the ship Samuel (same ship and voyage as the Philip Wendel family). He married Maria Juliana Huber. Georg Philip Windemuth lived in 1745 at Sussex Co., NJ.
Note: In 1772 his family relocated to Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania where he built the Wintermute Fort. On July 3, 1778 the fort was burned by the British army. Most of the Wintermute family and other families living at the fort followed Butler's army and relocated to Canada.

He died in 1779 at London, Ontario, Canada.

Children of Georg Philip Windemuth and Maria Juliana Huber

Johann Christoph Windemuth

M, b. 3 April 1676, d. 1740
     Johann Christoph Windemuth was born on 3 April 1676 at Allendorf, Hessen. He married Maria Margarethe Klöppinger, daughter of Johan Klöppinger and Appollonia Wambold, on 4 January 1701 at Allendorf, Hessen. Johann Christoph Windemuth died in 1740 at Pennsylvania Colony.

Children of Johann Christoph Windemuth and Maria Margarethe Klöppinger

Johann Georg Windemuth

M, b. 11 May 1711, d. 19 December 1782
     Johann Georg Windemuth was born on 11 May 1711 at Pfungstadt / Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany. He was the son of Johann Christoph Windemuth and Maria Margarethe Klöppinger. Johann Georg Windemuth immigrated in 1736 to Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co. (now), PA; from Rotterdam on the ship Harle. He married Johanna Margaretha Elisabetha Bernhardt, daughter of Johann Peter Bernhardt, on 19 September 1739 at Sussex Co., NJ. Johann Georg Windemuth died on 19 December 1782 at Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ, at age 71.

Children of Johann Georg Windemuth and Johanna Margaretha Elisabetha Bernhardt

Johann Heinrich Windemuth

M, b. 12 October 1709, d. 10 July 1710
     Johann Heinrich Windemuth was born on 12 October 1709 at Pfungstadt / Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany. He was the son of Johann Christoph Windemuth and Maria Margarethe Klöppinger. Johann Heinrich Windemuth died on 10 July 1710 at Pfungstadt / Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany.

Maria Winder

F, b. 11 November 1838, d. 25 April 1926
     Maria Winder was born on 11 November 1838. She married Samuel Edwin Pennington, son of Samuel Pennington and Marianna Starr, on 27 May 1869. Maria Winder died on 25 April 1926 at age 87.

Catharina Juliana Windermute

F, b. 1752, d. after 4 May 1800
     Catharina Juliana Windermute was born in 1752 at Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ. She was the daughter of Johann Georg Windemuth and Johanna Margaretha Elisabetha Bernhardt. Catharina Juliana Windermute died after 4 May 1800.

Elisabetha Windermute

F, b. 1746, d. 1800
     Elisabetha Windermute was born in 1746 at Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ. She was the daughter of Johann Georg Windemuth and Johanna Margaretha Elisabetha Bernhardt. Elisabetha Windermute married Henry Snook. Elisabetha Windermute died in 1800 at Sussex Co., NJ.

Children of Elisabetha Windermute and Henry Snook

Johannes Windermute

M, b. 5 June 1757, d. 28 July 1810
     Johannes Windermute was born on 5 June 1757 at Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ. He was the son of Johann Georg Windemuth and Johanna Margaretha Elisabetha Bernhardt. Johannes Windermute died on 28 July 1810 at Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ, at age 53.

Maria Catharina Windermute

F, b. 11 November 1740, d. 29 January 1746/47
     Maria Catharina Windermute was born on 11 November 1740 at Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ. She was the daughter of Johann Georg Windemuth and Johanna Margaretha Elisabetha Bernhardt. Maria Catharina Windermute died on 29 January 1746/47 at Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ, at age 6.

Maria Juliana Windermute

F, b. 27 May 1744, d. 31 January 1746/47
     Maria Juliana Windermute was born on 27 May 1744 at Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ. She was the daughter of Johann Georg Windemuth and Johanna Margaretha Elisabetha Bernhardt. Maria Juliana Windermute died on 31 January 1746/47 at Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ, at age 2.

Maria Margaret Windermute

F, b. 9 July 1741, d. 19 February 1800
     Maria Margaret Windermute was born on 9 July 1741 at Stillwater, Sussex Co., NJ. She was the daughter of Johann Georg Windemuth and Johanna Margaretha Elisabetha Bernhardt. Maria Margaret Windermute married Morritz Crater Jr., son of Morritz Henry Crater and Elizabeth (?), on 29 January 1765 at Morris Co., NJ. Maria Margaret Windermute died on 19 February 1800 at Fairmount, Morris Co., NJ, at age 58.

Children of Maria Margaret Windermute and Morritz Crater Jr.